Posted On: 05/27/20 9:42 PM

The new Prephoops Nevada Rankings are out. This is our most extensive player list ever, featuring 95 of the top players in the state of Nevada. These rankings take into account among other things, players’ production from the 2019-20 season, as well as any camps, tournaments, or events taking place before the cancelation of the grassroots Spring season. In this article, PH takes a look at the top Power forwards making an appearance in the c/o 2021 rankings.

Anthony SwiftAnthonySwift6'6" | PFDesert Pines | 2021State#182NationNV 6’6 Desert Pines (#5) - He has the size and the athleticism but what puts Swift at the top of the list is his motor. He plays relentlessly from end to end on both sides of the ball. Perhaps the best rim runner in the state, Swift competes for everything. He is a high level out of area rebounder, as well as a great finisher in transition.

Jan Madi NgockJanMadi Ngock6'6" | PFTrinity | 2021StateNV 6’6 Trinity (#7) - There is a lot of mystery surrounding the meteoric rise of JMN. Reality is, a player of this size, with this type of athleticism is going to garner attention. JMN can step out and knock down open jumpers, but like Swift his

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